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Italian Wine - Piedmont

The chief grape variety responsible for many of Italy’s best wines is Nebbiolo, said to take its name from the fog (nebbia) that cloaks the Piedmont hills at harvest time. Another important grape is Barbera, which yields robust red wines from the everyday to the extraordinary. Other red Piedmontese grapes of importance are Dolcetto, Freisa and Grignolino. Prominent white grapes include Cortese (from Gavi in particular), Moscato, Arneis and Erbaluce. Piedmont also manufactures vast quantities of Vermouth, a specialty of Torino made from the Moscato grape.

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Colour: ruby red with violet reflections Aroma: elegant with fine intensity, hints of red-berried fruit and cherry Taste: fruity and well structured, tasty and invitingMichele Chiarlo Le Orme is a mid-weight offering with good definition and focus  more
Sku: 033765


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Classic cherry and violet aromas highlight this lively but supple Barbera, with concrete tank fermentation and not a touch of oak.Juicy, round and silky with explosive aromas of ripe cherries and violets.

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Sku: 034764



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Vintage 2010. James Suckling, 92 Points:
Beautiful aromas of white truffles, plums and berries. Hints of spices. Full to medium body with fine tannins and beautiful licorice, berry and fennel seed. Very pretty length.The Produttori del ... more
Sku: 320070


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The history of the Vietti winery traces its roots back to the 19th Century. The estate, which has been in the Vietti family for four generations, is based in the village of Castiglione Falletto in Piedmont’s Langhe region. In 1919 Mario Vietti  more
Sku: 042423


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One of the first and oldest producers of Gavi, La Scolca is a benchmark example of the wine. The Soldati family have been making Gavi in the Commune of Gavi, in Piedmont, since 1919, using 100 percent Cortese grapes. They actually rescued the grape ... more
Sku: 033190


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Bright crimson ruby in color, with spicy red fruit aromas showing notes of wild herbs and forest fruit. Juicy red fruit flavors in the mouth, with beautifully balanced acidity. A very friendly, easy drinking red with lovely fruit from start to ... more
Sku: 100848


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2007: 90 Points - Bruce Sanderson, Wine Spectator: "An austere 2007, with a tightly knit core of cherry, strawberry and spice flavors. The structure is firm and the alcohol elevated, throwing some heat on the finish. Should ... more
Sku: 052222


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  Sku: 053636


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  Sku: P59844


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This needs air to reveal a dense core of cherry, currant, tar and leather flavors, matched to a solid, tightly woven structure. The pointed tannins hold court on the finish for now, but sweet fruit and licorice accents persist. Best from 2017 ... more
Sku: 053677


Reg. $99.99
On Sale $74.99

Vines: the grapes assigned to the production of this wine come from selections of vineyards with a Southern, South-Eastern exposure in the area of Rocche di Castiglione Falletto from the historical Cascina Pira. The qualities of sandy-calcareous ... more
Sku: 024329


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Excellent expression of the local grape, from a fourth-generation winemaking family. Grassy notes and luscious acidity make it a winner as an aperitif or at the table.Colour: Pale yellow with light yellow shades. Nose: Quite strong fragrance, sage  more
Sku: 043872


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A ruby colored red with hints of purple. The nose is full of fruit, spicy black cherry, red currant and blackberry. The mouth is dry, fresh, and tasty with a finish of fruit and spice.... more
Sku: 055563


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Lemongrass, orange essence, and a lingering lemon finish.Gavi di Gavi Vigne di San Martino is a light-bodied and refreshing alternative to your standard Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Grigio. This Italian white is brighter, and more supple, when compared  more
Sku: P10335


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  Sku: P58321


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